|10 ppm O3 in atmosphere absorb 98% of UV. So what makes you thin first 10 ppm CO2 in the atmosphere don't 12-01-2019 19:17|
|Tai Hai Chen★★★☆☆
|Even if atmosphere has 5000 ppm of CO2 the point all life dies out I think temperature won't change noticeably.|
|RE: 10 ppm O3 in atmosphere absorb 98% of UV. So what makes you thin first 10 ppm CO2 in the atmosphere don&am14-01-2019 09:11|
|Into the Night★★★★★
|Life will not die out at 5000ppm of CO2. It is not toxic at that concentration.|
At about 10,000ppm, people begin to feel sleepy. This like a poorly ventilated room with lots of people. CO2 is not directly toxic until 50,000ppm.
Temperature of the Earth will not change.
Edited on 14-01-2019 09:12
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